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what is the most important fundamental quantity
what is the most important fundamental quantity
frequency is the most fundamental. from frequency, we can derive both time and length.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frequency
f = 7HzUhh... okay... 7Hz.
Go. :uhh:
f = 7Hz
t = 1 / f = 1/7 seconds
l = c / f (where c is the speed of light in a vacuum) = 4 x 10^7 meters.
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f = 7Hz
t = 1 / f = 1/7 seconds
l = c / f (where c is the speed of light in a vacuum) = 4 x 10^7 meters.
Nope, L = 6 inches.
37
It is my daughter's favorite number. It has the following bizarre feature she discovered:
In a base 26 number system where a=0, z=25, 'car' is a perfect square whose root is bl=37.